Would you like to work in a student focused environment?
Looking for an opportunity to ‘make a difference’?
Then why not work for us?
'CATCH UP' LEARNING COACH (ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS)
Salary Range: £11,165 to £12,085 per annum
25.4 hours per week, 38.2 weeks per annum (970.7 hours per annum)
Imagine what’s possible…
We are looking to appoint enthusiastic and motivated member of staff to complement the College’s dedicated and passionate support staff team in this new and exciting role. The successful applicant will co-ordinate and deliver the English and Mathematics provision for a targeted group of students who are working below expected levels. Working closely with the Leadership team, Subject Team Leaders and other key staff, you will help students to reach their full potential. Support will be provided in small groups and by individual intervention. Experience in a similar role would be an advantage.
You will have high expectations of student achievement and behaviour, good communication skills and a commitment to working as part of a team.
Ideally, we are looking for somebody to work primarily during term time but with the ability to work for a couple of weeks towards the end of the summer holiday period. However, we will consider a term time only arrangement for the right applicants.
We, at Newton Abbot College (“Good” OFSTED April 2019) have exceptional expectations of our students and staff and we welcome applicants who share our commitment to place student learning at the centre of everything we do. Our induction programme is excellent and all staff are involved in an innovative CPD programme.
Sounds exciting? Then get in touch.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our students and expect all staff to share this commitment. If successful, you will undergo Disclosure and Barring Service and employment checks.
Only applications submitted on the College’s online application form will be considered.
Closing date: 8 January 2020 at noon; Interview date: 16 January 2020
Newton Abbot College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. If successful, you will undergo Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service and employment checks.